Last week I promised you a tutorial on how sending trees skyward, and I am keeping that promise. I have prepared this for you to do it yourself.
Today I thought we could look at an image I created, Laying Eggs in a Nest. Go through the thought processes behind the creation.
Is it possible to discuss something like directions for a middle aged woman here? Is there such a thing? Where do I go? Is there somewhere in the world for me? Do I have a purpose? Is it too late for me? Any other questions?
Today sees us in Invercargill on Day 9 of my New Zealand Wanderings. This is going to be quick and I will explain more soon.
For today’s Silent Sunday post I have some more photos from my trip to the USA. These were taken on a trip to the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park. It was a spectacular place to visit.
It seems sad at times to do all these photos and never look at them again. I want to start doing some posts where I’m opening up the archives to look back at some of my work.
The day announcing the photo challenge is changing to today. It is the same day I announce it on social media. This way it is in line with that. We are up to Photo Challenge 10 and this week it is trees.
Just recently I showed you the images I took at Port Arthur with my normal camera, the Nikon D800. Here is the post so you can look at it, Port Arthur Historical Site in colour. At the time I did the post I said that I had also done a heap of images with the infrared […]
More trees on rocks from my time in Tasmania. This is also from Binalong Bay and was taken on the same morning as the other image I took of the first tree on a rock. So many trees and so many rocks. I don’t usually photograph trees, but there have been so many recently.
Tasmania has been beautiful, unfortunately. I know that is a strange thing to say, but it is true. There have been almost no clouds and it has been driving me mad. We have been seeing a lot of blue skies and they make different images.